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November 19, 1999 | PAUL GUTIERREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In baseball, the commercials say, chicks dig the long ball and the home run is king during the regular season. Yet good pitching seemingly always beats good hitting come playoff time. The Galaxy is hoping that the same principle--defense beats offense--applies in Major League Soccer. Especially Sunday at MLS Cup '99 in Foxboro, Mass., when the Galaxy, the top-ranked defensive team in the league, takes on Washington D.C. United, the league's No. 1 offensive team.
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November 19, 1999 | PAUL GUTIERREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In baseball, the commercials say, chicks dig the long ball and the home run is king during the regular season. Yet good pitching seemingly always beats good hitting come playoff time. The Galaxy is hoping that the same principle--defense beats offense--applies in Major League Soccer. Especially Sunday at MLS Cup '99 in Foxboro, Mass., when the Galaxy, the top-ranked defensive team in the league, takes on Washington D.C. United, the league's No. 1 offensive team.
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August 14, 1999 | GRAHAME L. JONES
vs. Dallas, 7:30 * Site--Rose Bowl. * Radio--KRLA (1110), KTNQ (1020, Spanish). * Records--Galaxy 13-8, Burn 11-11. * Record vs Burn--1-0. * Update--The Galaxy reacquired midfielder Jorge Salcedo from the Tampa Bay Mutiny for midfielder Daniel Hernandez. Dallas is coming off a 2-1 upset by the A-League's Rochester Raging Rhinos in the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open Cup Wednesday night. The Burn has the best goal-differential in Major League Soccer (37-21).
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April 19, 1996 | Associated Press
Former U.S. national team player John Kerr Jr. scored one goal and assisted on another Thursday night as the Dallas Burn defeated the Kansas City Wiz, 3-0, in a Major League Soccer game before 8,541 in the Cotton Bowl. Jason Kreis opened the scoring in the 48th minute off assists from Kerr and Ted Eck. Washington Rodriguez made it 2-0 in the 72nd minute, and Kerr scored the third in the 85th, assisted by defender Brandon Pollard. Dallas improved to 2-0, and Kansas City fell to 1-1.
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August 14, 2005 | From Associated Press
Shalrie Joseph scored the winner and the New England Revolution (12-4-6) extended a winless streak for FC Dallas (10-6-5) to six games with a 2-1 win Saturday at Frisco, Texas. Kansas City 4, Real Salt Lake 2 -- Jason Kreis of host Salt Lake (5-13-4) became the first MLS player to score 100 goals, but Sasha Victorine scored twice to lead the Wizards (10-5-8).
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July 4, 2004 | From Associated Press
Davy Arnaud scored three goals to lead Kansas City to a 5-1 victory Saturday over the Dallas Burn in front of 20,011 at Kansas City, Mo., and move the Wizards (7-4-4) into first place in the Western Conference. Jason Kreis scored for the Burn (4-5-4). * D.C. United 6, Metro-Stars 2 -- Alecko Eskandarian had two goals to lead D.C. United (5-5-5) over the MetroStars (5-6-4) in front of 16,177 at Washington. The six goals tied a franchise record.
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May 19, 1996 | From Associated Press
Former Mexican national team star Hugo Sanchez scored a goal in his MLS debut and Jason Kreis netted two more as the Dallas Burn (6-2) defeated Washington D.C. United, 3-2, Saturday night before 23,251 at the Cotton Bowl. United (2-7) got goals from Tony Sanneh in the 65th minute and Jeff Agoos in the 90th. Tampa Bay 3, San Jose 2--U.S. national team striker Roy Lassiter scored two first-half goals and Steve Ralston one as the Mutiny (5-2) won in front of 12,047 at Tampa Stadium.
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May 5, 2002 | From Associated Press
Ramiro Corrales scored a last-minute goal as the San Jose Earthquakes battled from a 2-0 deficit Saturday to beat the Columbus Crew, 3-2, at San Jose. The defending Major League Soccer champion Earthquakes played without Landon Donavan and Jeff Agoos, who are preparing to play in the World Cup. Chicago 3, Washington 0--Sergi Daniv, Peter Nowak, and Ante Razov scored at Washington.
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April 29, 1996 | From Associated Press
Jason Kreis and Washington Rodriguez scored six minutes apart midway through the first half Sunday, giving the Dallas Burn a 2-1 victory over the Mutiny at Tampa Bay. Kreis gave Dallas the lead in the 24th minute on a drive into the left corner of the net and Rodriguez added his on a free kick in the 30th. U.S.
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